Democracy Now! Friday, April 25, 2003
An Infringement of Freedom of the Press? the FBI Opens and Seizes Mail Sent From One Associated Press Reporter to Another
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Last September a reporter with the Associated Press in the Philippines sent a FedEx package to a colleague in Washington.
Who Was Deep Throat? a University of Illinois Professor and His Class Say They Have Uncovered the Identity of the Nixon Insider Who Exposed the Story Behind the Break-in of Watergate
It may be one of the greatest mysteries of the 20th century. Who was Deep Throat? Who was the White House insider who tipped off the Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein?
An Exclusive Look at a U.S. Bombing in Iraq That Killed Three Family Members in Iraq: Journalist Julia Guest Discusses the Tragedy She Came Across While Reporting in Iraq
A month ago a U.S. bomb landed on an Iraqi farmhouse. Three Iraqi civilians were killed. They were all members of the same family. The story received no attention in the international press but independent journalist Julia Guest came across the scene a day after the attack and files this report.
Leaked Document Exposes Pro-Israel Lobby's Manipulation of U.S. Public: We Talk with Ali Abunimah of the Electronic Intifada
The Electronic Intifada has obtained a document prepared for pro-Israel activists by the public relations firm The Luntz Research Companies and The Israel Project. The document spells out the tactics that Israel and its US advocates should use to maintain support for Israel and its hardline policies.
Former Iraqi Foreign Minister Tariq Aziz Turns Himself in to US Forces
Democracy Now! correspondent Jeremy Scahill and journalist Dilip Hiro talk about Aziz.
China Quarantines Thousands of Beijing Residents As Sars Worsens
Chinese officials sealed off a second major hospital and threw up roadblocks up around Beijing today to combat the deadly virus SARS.
Ex-Agent Indicted in Tulia Drug Cases
The undercover officer who ran a controversial drug sting in Tulia four years ago was indicted yesterday on charges of lying under oath during recent hearings to determine if the convictions he obtained were legitimate.